How To Fix Bad Image Error Pop Up On Windows 10/8/7


How to fix the bad image error alert you are receiving on your Windows computer.

“Bad Image” error pop-up is a fake pop-up message that appears when you start the computer or program. As was stated earlier, it is not system error and cause of it is the presence of malware on your computer. It certainly gets on your nerves because any attempt to run the program will be failed. And instead of this, the error pop-up is displayed. “Bad Image” error pop-up is often a part of Trojan infection, so it has a same methods of distribution. For instance, it can pretend to be the update for some legitimate software like fake update for Adobe Flash Player. Thus, while you think that you are updating some program you are actually installing malicious infection. You can infect the system by downloading illegitimate software from torrents or some cracks for games or programs. Hackers also use vulnerabilities on your computer to spread virus through exploit kits when browsing websites.

This tutorial will apply for computers, laptops, desktops,and tablets running the Windows 10, Windows 8/8.1, Windows 7 operating systems.Works for all major computer manufactures (Dell, HP, Acer, Asus, Toshiba, Lenovo, Samsung).


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  2. I tried to run regedit as an administrator and the error appeared saying that the endpoint mapper database entry could not be created. what should I do? plz help

  3. Mine was already cleared. Mine says programdata/Volute… no idea what that means but everytime I try playing a game it pops up that screen.

  4. For those that this did not help too much, when you open up the regedit as administrator, click on the HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE, press Ctrl+F on your keyboard, then search for whatever it says on your pop-up. Once you do that double click on the name and clear the "Value Data:" bar. Once you have done that, go to your control panel and uninstall the application then reinstall it. After that, you should be good to go!

  5. This did not work, went into the directory of the dll that threw the error, and added a .bak to the dll. error no longer appears.

  6. Thank you for this video, or the attempt at it rather, for some of us. I scroll down and I see the same people with a question similar to mine. "What if it's already cleared and there is nothing to delete?" I never seen this before your video but this was useless in my case because my stuff was already cleared. I wanted this to work so badly too, you have a short straight to the point 3 min (you the real MVP for the short bus BTW)… My hopes were high until my laptop showed me the line was already cleared.


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